The Dynamic Probe Class Library (DPCL) is based on dynamic instrumentation technology. See also Dynamic Probe Class Library (DPCL) and software instrumentation.
See also DPCL analysis tool, DPCL target application, and probe.
The process is created via a fork() system call and ends using an exit() system call. Between fork and exit, the process is known to the system by a unique process identifier (PID).
Each process has its own virtual memory space and cannot access another process's memory directly. Communication methods across processes include pipes, sockets, shared memory, and message passing.